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Kids aren’t the only ones who enjoy reading during the summer. Adult readers can begin signing up for the annual Adult Summer Reading Program Wednesday online or at any branch in the Bartow County Library System. This year’s theme, … more
With Memorial Day on the horizon, the Cartersville Kiwanis Club is busy promoting its Patriotic Flag Program. Started more than 50 years ago, the effort seeks to blanket the Cartersville downtown business district and surrounding enterprises with … more
Bartow History Museum will welcome author Danny Pelfrey, the force behind the compilation “Life in Adairsville: An Anecdotal History of a Small North Georgia Town,” to its evening lecture series Thursday at 7 p.m. Pelfrey will be available for a … more
In Tuesday’s state primary, Bartow County voters elected Steve Taylor to continue as their sole county commissioner, while Brandon Bryson and Bobby Wilson will battle it out in a July 26 runoff to replace Thomas E. Moseley as chief … more
Joseph Kirk is not a happy man. The elections supervisor for Bartow County was frustrated by the extremely low voter turnout in Tuesday’s state primary. Only 21.93 percent of active voters cast their ballots, with the highest precinct … more
Garnering 54.86 percent of the vote in the general primary, Bartow County Sheriff Clark Millsap is one step away from capturing his fifth term in office. After surpassing his challengers — retired Cartersville Police Chief Tommy Culpepper and … more
It came down to a sudden-death tiebreaker, but Cass Middle School finally emerged as the champion of the 2016 Bartow History Scholar Quiz Bowl. The second annual contest was sponsored by the Etowah Valley Historical Society as part of its Bartow … more
In honor of National Fishing and Boating Week, the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department will present a pair of angling events for its youngest and oldest patrons. With both held at the Dellinger Park Lake, Youth Fishing Day and Senior … more
Decision Day has arrived for local voters, as polls across Bartow County will open at 7 a.m. this morning for the 2016 general primary election. Voters are reminded to bring a photo ID with them when they go to vote. At issue in today’s … more
Amy Nation’s blood runs red, white and blue. Nation, who has the perfect last name, given her love of country, joined the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Etowah Chapter three years ago, and if there are any patriotic … more
With all of the election year attention focused on Hillary, Bernie and the Donald, it would be easy to overlook the local races. Although Bartow’s voters cast their ballots in the presidential preference primary in March, they must return to the … more
Thanks to Project SEARCH, seven Bartow County high school students with disabilities have acquired valuable job skills that will serve them well in the future. The program celebrated the accomplishments of its third class at a graduation ceremony … more
The show must go on. That was the case across Bartow County on Friday night and into early Saturday morning, as all four public high schools within the county dealt with inclement weather situations that forced graduation ceremonies … more
For 11-year-old Sydney Groves, competing on Food Network’s “Kids BBQ Championship” is a dream come true. While the Euharlee resident is a familiar face on the Kansas City Barbeque Society circuit, she now will have the opportunity to showcase … more
For the first time, Cartersville Primary School will be in session this summer. Sixty first- and second-graders who will move up to second and third grades, respectively, in the fall will attend the school’s first summer program to get extra … more
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